This is a discussion on EDD (September 2009) within the Year 2011 and earlier Mummy forum, part of the Mummy Meeting Place category; my little one is 2.7kg in her 34th week. gynea asked me what i been feeding her. hahahaha. going back ...
my little one is 2.7kg in her 34th week. gynea asked me what i been feeding her. hahahaha. going back on the 11th, will see what her weight.
heard a myth that mummies who tend to sleep alot will get big babies. wander if is truth.
to all sept mtb and mummies, how is preparation???
how to cope with the baby when we are full time working mummy?
Im working in Community club.. and the working hours consist of 2 shift..
AM - 8.30 - 6pm
PM - 12.30 - 10pm
Most of the time, im rostered to do PM shift.. im worried that my baby son will be neglected..
Im also taking up part time studies.. so normally when im doing my AM shift, i will have to go for my lesson..
Oh no, my poor boy.. will have to suffer days without me for 1.5 yrs more..
oh... BTW, i only packed my labour bag for the baby.. have yet to pack my stuff? hahah
i have not't pack the bag and have not't wash my baby clothes.. :-p
lazy mummy... everyday sleep till very late.haa...
IS BABY A burden?
Im having this thoughts very often ... Y did i hurry for a kid for so fast..?
My traditional wedding was done last yr nov.. now im pregnant..
ROM was done in sep 2007.
Now i regretted for getting pregnant too soon...
Altot im 28 yrs old now........
Can I know generally How old are the mummies NOW?
Is just that their way of communication is crying that smetime we may can it irritaking..
Since the baby is coming soon, jux enjoy the joy of motherhood...
Try to get help when you are back to work..
If you can, before the baby turn 18 months, change a 8-5 job and hopfully you will finish your study by them. 18 months onwards, the child will start to learn and understand. So it will be good you can spend more time with them..
I ROM and have traditional wedding when I am 28 years old.
Had my 1st son when I am 30 years old.
2nd son when I am in my 32.
Now I am 33, my 3rd son becoming in Sept.....
Anyway, r you a full time housewife? since you have 3 kids.. is it stressful? do you have some personal time for your hubby n yourself? do you go travelling wit hubby alone or children?
I wondered if I would be able to handle after I give birth. My mother in law isn't working but she has already made it clear that she doesn't know how to cook or take care of baby. I shall feel extremely guilty if I trouble my mother. Beside working long hours, she has to do all the houseworks and help my sister In law to take care of 2 kids (nephew is 2+ years old and niece is 7 months old).
Hubby and I were just planning to start saving for marriage when I got pregnant. I was 22 (now 23), I have no regrets about keeping this baby but sometimes I wonder if I should have married my husband. Feel taken for granted sometimes...
i also have this feelings like yours. Esp i am not working and no income of my own. Try looking at the bright side that you still can get pregnant and is going to due soon.
I am 26 this yr and this is my 1st child. my baby is an accident. Everything is in a mess but i still chose to keep this baby.
Till now i did not regret keeping it. Only regret is that i am being too careless.
actually quite worried of the labour pain... our vagina will have to open up to 10cm length...
I wish the baby come out faster.. then i can get back to my usual body shape.. otherwise all my clothing cant wear..
I also hope that baby will come out faster, now I really have no self confidence... having a husband that criticises and make fun of me all the time isn't helping -_-''
I have already put on almost 18kgs and I look no different from a zombie now because of sleeping disorder.
Only become one recently after expecting my 3rd one. I quited end this April.
Stressful sometime but I have my mom to help me up in the day time..
Nite time will be left myself and sometime with my husband if he comes home early before 8pm..
Yes, will try to have personnal time with him by leaving my kids at my parents home sometime..
Will also go holiday just only with my husband. Recently in July, we went Vietnam. My husband loves to shop so normally we will go country that can shop cheap and freely..
But for my birthday, I will always request to go holiday but beach place...
I am lucky becos always can ask my mother and father to help, and my brother as well as he is still staying with my parents...
I think is good that we have other family members that our children can be close to and they can help up to take care of them..
Went to Thomson Medical Center yesterday to visit my ex colleague, my husband asked if I wanna change to Thomson Medical Center cause the room looks so cozy with lcd tv, touch screen for you to go online etc -_-''
Hi mummies, went for my chkup last fri. baby was 2.3kg at 35wks, but head not down yet...so worried now!! Gynae gave me 3 options:
1) leave it till actual labour n see how
2) gynae tries to turn baby down for me at 36wks
3) opt for caesarean
I'll have to go back tis fri again to let gynae check n see if i wanna turn baby down. After turning, will have to monitor baby via CTG before n after turning baby. Gynae says the risk of turning baby is the umbilical cord being squeezed/tweezed.
have any of the mummies here tried turning baby down successfully before?
I have already booked Kandang Kerbau Hospital's B1 package, husbands cant stay over but it's a lot cheaper. The package includes 2 days of ward fee, hopefully I won't stay longer than that -_- Really dont like staying in hospital >.<''